NYU Stern School of Business is launching a new fellowship program to welcome up to two visiting faculty fellows per semester from business schools and related disciplines who can add important perspectives that represent Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) identities to our students and faculty at NYU Stern. In addition to adding diverse outlooks to campus and in the classroom, Stern also considers this program an opportunity to broaden scholarly relationships, particularly with Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) and Minority Serving Institutions (MSIs).
The program seeks to initiate and deepen research relationships, to build and expand academic and faculty networks, and to enrich students' classroom experiences with BIPOC perspectives. This fellowship program was inspired by the memory of Fred Renwick (MBA '65, PhD '66), a beloved former Professor of Finance at Stern, a great champion of diversity, and an alumnus of Morehouse College and Stern.
Receive compensation of $50,000 and a rent-free, furnished apartment in NYU Faculty Housing, just steps from Stern's Greenwich Village campus
Access to Stern databases and resources
Round-trip travel reimbursement
Teach at least one (1) undergraduate or graduate course (with optional, additional compensated teaching opportunities)
Attend and speak at Stern department and School-wide seminars and conferences
Presence on campus for a minimum of four days per week
Who Should Apply
Full-time faculty members who:
Are tenured/tenure-track or clinical professors at any rank, at business schools or within departments of related disciplines (e.g., economics, psychology, sociology, engineering, computer science, math, statistics, and more)
Can contribute a unique BIPOC perspective to the Stern community
A cover letter explaining what courses you would like to teach at Stern, and how you would use the classroom to address the goals of this program. For tenure-track/tenured faculty, the letter should also briefly describe your research interests and program, where possible discussing how your research interests fit with Stern's faculty and/or student interests.
Letter of support from your department chair or other representative of college/university
Names of three references (we will inform you before contacting them)
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